Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting up a new project, part of Up and Running with SONAR X2.
Now let's take a look at how to start from scratch and create a brand new project.…You'll do this each time you want to start a new song or idea.…But before we create a new project, let's first go to Preferences.…Again, we can go to Edit Preferences or just press P on the keyboard.…And here under the File category I'm going to select Audio Data.…And here I want to make sure that Use Per Project Audio Folders is checked.…That means that each project I create will have its own…folder containing the audio I record or import into that project.…It just makes it that much…easier to keep all of your projects organized and to back them up.…Now, let's go over to Driver Settings and set our sampling rate.…
Sonar defaults to a sample rate of 44,100 hertz or…44.1 kilohertz, which is the standard for CD quality audio.…That means that for every second in music what…you're really hearing is 44100 samples of the music.…And that's generally acceptable to the majority…of people in terms of sound fidelity.…If you're creating audio for a video project…
- Setting up audio inputs and outputs
- Creating a new project
- Importing audio
- Recording real instruments
- Looping audio
- Connecting to MIDI devices
- Creating groove clips
- Editing tracks
- Creating FX Chains
- Creating sends and busses
- Automating parameters
Skill Level Beginner
Foundations of Audio: Compression and Dynamic Processingwith Brian Lee White2h 25m Appropriate for all
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